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My Pet's Brace attends Heroes Helping Heroes Pet Fair
Valley Central Veterinary Referral and Emergency Center (one of our referring practices), Cloud Nine Pet Services, and Queen of the Valley Farm, in conjunction with Miller Blood Center hosted the 10th annual Heroes Helping Heroes Pet Fair on May 3rd at Macungie Memorial Park near Allentown, PA. The fair's main focus was to recruit canine and human blood donors.
We enjoyed showing our support, offering information to the pet-loving public and donating a basket for a silent auction that benefited several rescues. Cindy Hauff-Walters, Cloud Nine Country Kennel owner, won the My Pet’s Brace “Craft-Brew Animal Lover Basket”. She was looking forward to sharing her winnings with her husband. Many other baskets were up for auction through the donations of other interesting companies and organizations in attendance.
We enjoyed interacting with the pig adoption and rescue, Matthew Putchat, CVT, the manager and rehab Specialist at AnWell Veterinary Rehab and Conditioning Center (a canine rehabilitation center), and other rescues and merchandisers at the fair including Meghan Gage, artist and owner of Precious Paw Prints Jewelry.
Informative presentations were also conducted. Officer Andrew Fegely, from Allentown Police Department, stopped by with K9 Harley, a Belgian Malinois, to speak about his working and personal relationship with man’s best friend. Lehigh Valley Dream Weavers Agility Club ran the course with several talented dogs.
At the end of the day we were honored to be in the company of those in attendance that are “Helping Pets Live Happier Lives” in addition to supporting the mission of canine and human blood donation.